Get unstuck when lesson planning

March 31, 2017 at 1:00 pm Leave a comment

Check out the Learning Exchange March 22, 2017 blog article by Jeffrey Wilhelm & Adam Fachler titled How To Get Unstuck When Planning Your Lesson

From the blog:” Use GEMS to “crystallize” your goals

Goals: the skills learners will develop and apply

Evidence: the deliverables learners create and perform to prove they learned

Measures of Success: the quantitative and qualitative “bar(s)” or standards of quality that learners’ products or performances should meet; the definition of “done”

Stakes: the “why” behind the learning, including why learners will commit or buy in”

Read the blog for the fine print and details. Rowan



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